Noticing When Your Tree Has Problems
One of the best ways to notice if your tree has any minor or major problems is to look at other trees on your property that appear normal to you. Tree problems may come in the form of many appearances including:
- Discolored leaves during peak growth months (summer, spring)
- Exposed Roots
- Cracks in the trunk
- Fungi on leaves, branches, twigs
- Lots of dead branches
- Excess sap
There are many times where we get calls from customers that need us to check out a tree because it’s extremely sick. It’s unfortunate because most of the time, these trees could be saved if checked out months earlier. Visually inspecting your trees on a monthly basis can help you avoid costly removals and even the potential of your tree falling on property. When left un-checked, trees can become severe hazards, especially after storms. All it takes is the perfect storm to knock your tree down.
When trees are sick, they may be lacking the proper way to retain, store or gain energy. This makes them vulnerable to additional insects, pests, and disease with the potential result of death. Taking care of your trees should be a top priority if your a property owner because they can add to your overall property value. Homes or commercial properties with healthy trees often maintain a higher property value than those without.
If your in need of an expert company to inspect your trees for problem areas, feel free to give us a call. We would love to hear from you.